Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 29 Aug 2011 12:59 and updated at 29 Aug 2011 12:59


vrm.5.54 Leaving the house of Vibhishana, Hanuma of great splendour, went successively to the houses of Rashmiketu, Surya shatru, Hrasvakarna, Damshtra, Romasha the Rakshasa, Yuddhonmatta, Matta, Dhvajagreeva the Rakshasa, the terrific Vidyujjihva, Hastimukha, Karala, Pishacha, Shonitaksha, Kumbhakarna, Makaraksha, Yajnashatru, Brahmashatru, Narantaka, Kumbha as also the evil minded Nikumbha and burnt the houses.
vrm.6.14 O, king! Either Kumbhakarna or Indrajit and either Mahaparshva or Mahodara and either Nikumbha or Kumbha or even Atikaya cannot withstand Rama in battle.
vrm.6.59 The other resembling a thunder bolt, of large and well developed chest, who has an attentive mind, has the King of Snakes as his standard, who is moving and twanging his bow, he is Kumbha.
vrm.6.75 The enraged Ravana sent both Kumbha and Nimkumbha, the sons of Kumbhakarna, along with a multitude of Rakshasas.
vrm.6.76 That army of Rakshasas, which was perturbed with their great warriors killed, then moved with its face turned towards the place where Kumbha the son of Kumbhakarna was carrying on battle.
vrm.6.76 Kumbha, restored to confidence, that army which was coming towards him with speed.
vrm.6.76 Then, seeing the army of Rakshasas whose chief warriors were thrown down by the most powerful Vanaras who could fulfill their aim, the powerful Kumbha then performed a great feat which was very difficult to do in a battle.
vrm.6.76 That Kumbha, the foremost among the wielders of bow, taking his bow and fully composed, released serpentine arrows which can split open the bodies.
vrm.6.76 While that mighty Mainda hurled that rock towards the Rakshasa, Kumbha broke that rock into pieces with his five shining arrows.
vrm.6.76 Stretching another arrow resembling a serpent and with a good pointed tip, Kumbha of a great splendour, struck it on the chest of Mainda the brother of Dvivida.
vrm.6.76 Seeing both his mighty maternal uncles wounded, Angada rushed speedily towards Kumbha, who was standing with his bow uplifted.
vrm.6.76 With five steel arrows and with three other sharp edged arrows, Kumbha pierced that Angada advancing towards him, as on would pierce an Elephant with goads.
vrm.6.76 That valiant Kumbha pierced Angada with a multiple of sharp arrows, decked in gold, with edges which were harsh and sharp.
vrm.6.76 The glorious Kumbha the son of Kumbhakarna chopped off all those trees hurled by Angada and burst off the rocks further.
vrm.6.76 Seeing Angada the Vanara chief rushing upon him, Kumbha pierced his brows with his brows with his arrows, as an Elephant would be struck with flaming torches.
vrm.6.76 That Kumbha chopped off that tree with seven sharp arrows which were capable of splitting asunder the body.
vrm.6.76 Hearing Ramas message, those excellent Vanaras were very much enraged and quickly rushed towards Kumbha who was wielding a bow in his hand.
vrm.6.76 The enraged Jambavan, Sushena and Vegadarshi, the Vanara ran up towards Kumbha the son of Kumbhakarna to attack him.
vrm.6.76 Seeing those mighty Vanara chiefs coming nearer to him, Kumbha covered them with a flood of arrows, as one would obstruct the course of a stream by means of a rock.
vrm.6.76 Seeing those troops of Vanaras being tormented by a flood of arrows, Sugreeva the king of Vanaras, keeping Angada his brothers son in the rear, rushed headlong towards Kumbha in the battle, as a swift lion would bounce upon an Elephant walking along the slopes of a mountain.
vrm.6.76 Uprooting many large trees beginning with Ashvakarna and many kinds of trees, Sugreeva the king of Vanaras hurled them on Kumbha.
vrm.6.76 The illustrious Kumbha, the son of Kumbhakarna, with his sharp arrows, chopped off that down pour of trees, which was obscuring the sky and which was difficult to be assailed.
vrm.6.76 The trees, chopped off with his sharp arrows by the brutal Kumbha, skilled in hitting his target, shone like terrific Shataghnis stones or cylindrical pieces of wood studded with iron spikes.
vrm.6.76 Seeing that shower of trees chopped off by Kumbha, the mighty and illustrious Sugreeva of valour was not disturbed.
vrm.6.76 Thus bouncing swiftly and doing that most difficult task, the enraged Sugreeva spoke as follows to Kumbha, who was looking like an Elephant with a broken tusk.
vrm.6.76 O Kumbha, the elder brother of Nikumbha! Both your prowess and the swiftness of your arrow are wonderful.
vrm.6.76 O Kumbha, the compeer of Prahlada, Bali, Indra the destroyer of Vritra, Kubera and Varuna! You alone are born with a likeness of your father Kumbhakarna who was exceedingly strong.
vrm.6.76 Kumbha was thus honoured with those insulting words of Sugreeva.
vrm.6.76 The reopen, Kumbha pressingly clasped Sugreeva in his arms.
vrm.6.76 Then tossing up Kumbha, Sugreeva threw him down speedily into the ocean, showing him the bottom of the sea.
vrm.6.76 Due to the hurling down of Kumbha, the fully risen sea, reaching a height of as to that of Mount Vindhya, diffused on all sides.
vrm.6.76 The enraged Kumbha, then jumping up and throwing down Sugreeva, struck him on his chest with his thunderbolt like fist.
vrm.6.76 Thus struck by Kumbha there, that mighty Sugreeva, the chief of Vanaras, tightened his fist which appeared like a thunderbolt.
vrm.6.76 The valiant Sugreeva forcefully descended his fist, which shone like the solar disc encircled by a thousand rays, on the breast of Kumbha.
vrm.6.76 That Kumbha, very much hurt by that blow, was exhausted and then fell down, like fire whose flame has extinguished.
vrm.6.76 When Kumbha was killed in battle by Sugreeva the chief of Vanaras, possessing a terrific prowess, the earth with its mountains and forests trembled.
vrm.6.78 On hearing of Nikumbha and Kumbha having been killed, Ravana was very much flared up like fire.
vrm.6.89 The valiant Nikumbha, the mighty Kumbhakarna, Kumbha, the Rakshasa called Dhumraksha, Jambumali, Mahamali, the highly swift Ashaniprabha, Suptaghna, Yajnakopa, a Rakshasa named Vajradamshtra, Samhadri, Vikata the destroyer of enemies, Tapana, Manda, Praghaasa, Praghasa, Prajangha, Jangha, Agniketu who was difficult to be conquered, Agniketu, the valiant Rashmiketu, vidyujjihva, Dvijihva, Suryashatru, Akampana, Suparshva, Chakramali, Kampana and the mighty Devantaka were also killed.
vrm.6.123 "Both Yuddhonmatta and Matta, the foremost of Rakshasas, as also Nikumbha and Kumbha the sons of Kumbhakarna, as also the strong Vajradamshtra, Damshtra and many Rakshasas were killed.
vrm.7.89 Saying so be it to the words of the Devas that descendant of Raghu ascended his golden car Pushpaka, And having ascended spacious cars the Devas proceeded to the hermitage of Agastya born of a Kumbha.
vrm.7.91 O Saint, I, too, derive satisfaction from it; I now understand that thou art the illustrious Agastya born of a Kumbha ;for none else is capable of coming here ;do thou therefore save me from this pain, who am afflicted with great miseries.

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